THE LAST, OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE LYON
In France are still raining criticisms to Neymar Jr and to the PSG
Published:19/01/2018 - 13:26h
Updated:19/01/2018 - 14:04h
The president of the Olympique of Lyon, Jean-Michel Classrooms, has been one of the last in criticising to Neymar Jr and to the maximum mandator of the Parisian group, Nasser To the-Khelaifi, when understanding that between the two have broken the rules of the market of signings
They happen the days and seems that the controversies related with Neymar Jr are far to finish in France. The last in throwing firewood to the fire has been the president of the Olympique of Lyon, Jean-Michel Classrooms, the one who has attacked directly to Neymar Jr and also to the management of the president of Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser To the-Khelaifi, when having 'broken' the market of signings.
"I do not know if Neymar is hard-working to 100% of the PSG or an employee part time of Qatar for the Glass of the World", has soltado Classrooms, the one who has not had any problem in expressing the few charms that generates him To the-Khelaifi. "I do not want to Nasser To the-Khelaïfi. I do not want that they label me of antiparisino, anti PSG or anti Nasser, simply struggle against the system that he represents".
It has not doubted neither in attacking to Paris Saint-Germain like club, ensuring that "it wants to win the Champions League by geopolitical reasons. They have generated an artificial inflation because the bottoms that have used for fichar are under control of a state", has signalled Classrooms.
In definite, seems that the enemies grow for Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser To the-Khelaifi and the own Neymar Jr in France, after multiple media have attacked also to the French entity by his politics of signings and also to Neymar, because of his supposed problems in the changing room and also to the will to be the big protagonist and leader of the team.
Neymar Jr Has not won the absolute admiration
The fans of the PSG already left clear in the Park of The Princes that is not had to tolerate it everything to Neymar, when whistling him in a launching of penalti that, according to the French followers, would have to have launched Edinson Cavani. If 'Ney' had yielded the maximum penalty to his mate, as it did with him Leo Messi in the FC Barcelona, without place to doubts his image would have gone out benefited. Sometimes, this matters more than a simple goal.